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microarray sections containing 308 cases of CCRCC, papillary (PRCC), ChRCC, oncocytomas (ONC) and 41 normal tissues were stained with HIG2 antibody (clone HX34Y) using enzymatic digestion and Bond-max
comm- ercial sources. In agreement with Professor Anagnostopoulos we also found LN10 to produce superior localisation and sensitivity to other CD3 antibodies on the market. Using the Bond-maxT M automated immunostainer, we have optimised LN10 using ER2 (pH 8.0) for 30 minutes, followed by incubation with the primary antibody (1/200) for 20 minutes. The detection kit used was the Bond Polymer Refine
CEREBRO CM1860 ST4020 LP C IP C IP S ASP6025 PELORIS II EG1150 Cognitive Printer Surgipath 3800 Waterbath RM2255 ST5020/CV5030 DM3000 ScanScope CS2 BOND-III BOND-MAX Novocastra Reagents Consumables Notes:
or histological perspective. The aim of this study was to reconstruct the vascular and biliary system of normal human liver (central and peripheral specimens) in three-dimension, using the Bond-max TM immunostainer to detect CD34 and CK19 antigens. The Bond-max immunostaining system was used to demonstrate an enhanced quality and quantity of stained slides produced in a given time and also to demonstrate
Hodgkins lymphoma and plasma cell myeloma using Leica Microsystems’ Bond-max™ automated immunostainer together with the Bond Polymer Refine Detection System (Leica Microsystems, Biosystems Division) and ER2